Sara Ali Khan has always maintained that what trolls say doesn’t affect her in the least. However, a recent trolling episode, where the usual keyboard warriors with very little to do in their lives other than pick on hardworking people infinitely more successful than them, and comment on topics they’re almost clueless about, decided that it was time to pick on Sara for a scene involving her and costar Kartik Aaryan from their upcoming film, Love Aaj Kal, which prompted the actress to openly admit that this time, the negativity affected her.

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The scene in question has Sara Ali Khan uttering the line, “Tum mujhe tang karne lage ho (you’ve begun to harass me),” which got some trolls playing acting guru and deciding that she hasn’t done job expressing herself in the scene albeit expressing their opinions in extremely harsh terms. Personally, we feel that she has pulled off said scene with the same conviction that she had displayed during the emotional moments in her debut feature, Kedarnath.

Recently, we caught up with the actress during the promotions of Love Aaj Kal, and thought it the best time to put her on the hot seat about the trolling, especially since she had stated that it got to her. Speaking on the same in an exclusive interview with BollywoodLife, Sara emphasized on how trolling never affects her if it’s about her appearance or “hair” or “personal life”, but when it comes to her work, it does make a difference because of how passionate she is about her career and how much effort she puts into it.

“You know, for me this film is very special, and there wasn’t a single day on set when I wasn’t honest to my work. I was truly feeling what my character should’ve felt. On a personal note, I’m a very confident girl. So it never affects me if people comment on my personal life, my looks, hair or nails. However, I work for the audience, and if I falter in that, I don’t like it. Perhaps I have very high expectations from myself, which is why I don’t want anyone to comment anything wrong about my work. It may be a very idealistic notion, it’s doesn’t happen, it’s not possible, and I understand that different people have diverse opinions and I respect that. As long as you learn and assimilate the positive feedback and don’t allow it to bog you down, it’s all part and parcel of the job. I’m here to learn and I’ll continue to learn and that’s what is most important to me. It’s just that the feedback should be constructive and not for the heck of it.”

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